The Good Ship Comedy Club presents:
CHARLIE BAKER - THE HIT POLISHER + CHRISTIAN REILLY + AHIR SHAH
Entry Requirements: 18+
The Good Ship Comedy Club – bringing the cream of the comedy circuit to Kilburn every Monday for much cheapness price. Edinburgh Preview Special!
Doors 7pm for 8pm start...
CHARLIE BAKER - THE HIT POLISHER
Entertainment Combined harvester Charlie Baker (Harry Hill's Teatime Sky 1, O2 Comedy Gala Channel 4, Eastenders) sings his nostalgic love letter to pop music of the 80s 90s and 00's. Part Comedy, Part Cabaret his jokes, dancing and musical re-imagining of throwaway hits will send you into the Edinburgh night with a happier soul.
“A superior take on the modern showman.” The Guardian
"An absolute romp, with some shout-with-laughter moments." **** Chortle
“Pure, undiluted barmy musical fun not to be missed – not even by you.” ***** Three Weeks
At the age of 15, Christian Reilly joined a band to get laid. The Salvation Army had different ideas…
As former integral part of the Perrier award-winning show Otis Lee Crenshaw and the Black Liars, with comic/songster Rich Hall, Christian's career has taken him around the world three times. On his way, he received accolades at international festivals and numerous network TV credits in the USA, Australia, New Zealand and Britain.
"His stand-up is witty and heaving with punchlines…will win over all but the hardest hearts and minds." Chortle
Ahir Shah is a comedian whose work combines political vigour, philosophical intrigue, and sweet gags. He has performed five solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, with his 2016 show MACHINES subsequently enjoying a national tour including a sold-out run at London's Soho Theatre. Ahir has also performed internationally in Melbourne, Adelaide, Montreal, Copenhagen, and Paris. As a writer, he has worked for Radio 4 and Channel 4, and hopes eventually to find work with things that don't involve the number 4. He is addicted to nicotine and to an iPhone game where you run a chicken farm.
"Burning passion at his fingertips and the gags to back up his fire." ***** The List
"Eloquent articulacy conveying often complex ideas in pithy, grimly funny lines." **** The Scotsman
"Very funny ... a generational cri de coeur." **** The Guardian